On the ruins of a stone pueblo on the Animas River in New Mexico
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On the ruins of a stone pueblo on the Animas River in New Mexico with a Ground Plan. by Lewis Henry Morgan

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Published by Salem Press in Salem .
Written in English

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Pagination536-556 p.
Number of Pages556
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Open LibraryOL15545045M

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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Morgan, Lewis Henry, On the ruins of a stone pueblo on the Animas river in New Mexico. Salem, Printed at the Salem Press, The Anasazi Region The heart of the Anasazi region lay across the southern Colorado Plateau and the upper Rio Grande drainage. It spanned northeastern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado—a land of forested mountain ranges, stream-dissected mesas, arid grasslands and occasional river bottoms. The Aztec Ruins National Monument lies along the Animas River in New Mexico and commemorates the largest ancestral Pueblo community in the region, preserving incredible historic buildings, roadways and artifacts from the 11th through the 13th centuries. Park artifacts help visitors understand how the community developed and changed over its year history, . Aztec Ruins National Monument is located on the Animas River in northwestern New Mexico, about 20 miles below the Colorado State line and 14 miles above the point where the Animas flows into the San Juan.

The Aztec Ruins National Monument is an archaeological site located on the Animas River near the banks of the "River of Lost Souls" 2 miles north of Aztec, New Mexico and is a favorite among things to do in the area. No photos or descriptions truly . The Ancestral Pueblo people crafted a unique architecture with planned community spaces. The ancient population centers such as Chaco Canyon (outside Crownpoint, New Mexico), Mesa Verde (near Cortez, Colorado), and Bandelier National Monument (near Los Alamos, New Mexico) have brought renown to the Ancestral Pueblo consisted of apartment .   Aztec Ruins is a hidden gem where the Old Spanish Trail crosses the Animas River. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the monument is an easy stop for families with kids or the amateur historian who wants to learn more about the Chacoan Culture of the Ancestral Pueblo people, and the cities they built 1, years ago.5/5(). To veteran travelers of the American Southwest, the name Chaco Canyon invokes an inaccessible, vast land of tremendous vistas and huge, empty stone houses. Today, the Canyon appears as a barren land and most visitors are struck by its apparent inhospitable nature. Yet almost years ago, during the Medieval period, Chaco Canyon was the hub of a .

The Aztec Ruins National Monument in northwestern New Mexico, USA consists of preserved structures constructed by the Pueblo Indians nearly a thousand years ago. The national monument lies on the western bank of the Animas River in Aztec, New Mexico, about 12 miles (19 km) northeast of onal Puebloan structures can be found in Salmon Ruins Location: San Juan County, New Mexico, U.S.   Those familiar with the remains of Indian Pueblos in ruins will recognize at once the resemblance between this pueblo and the stone pueblos in ruins on the Rio Chaco, in New Mexico, about sixty miles distant from these ruins, particularly the one called Hungo Pavie, so fully described by General J. H. Simpson.   The only thing that did bother me though was the name, it really should be named the ancient Pueblo-an(anasazi) ruins but that is a whole other story. The site is definitely a must see, so please if you find yourself in New Mexico please go visit these ancient beautiful ruins.5/5(). the Ruins of a Stone Pueblo on the Animas River, New Mexico, with a Ground Plan" (published in the 12th Annual Report of the Peabody Museum), and "Observations on .